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the moviegoer the joint the the children's the i love you that's a great way to go to the grand imperial truly the george weston bush coromandel let's let's we'll close with a joke it's a duty to go and. read this and the colonel was her child as a retreat. they've been given the truth and the truth is they're appalled kerry learned reluctantly admit to being chiefly responsible for the plane crash that killed the nation's president last year still trying to shift the blame to russia. we should have amputated greece from the euro zone longer bill the greek drain always on spain the country's credit rating for bad loans was because of it here is going stablemates instability paul germany refuses to sign but a month in the jungle it's also a. deadline tuesday but still no sign of a decision in the u.s. debt time member of his rival possum's russell over our sunday show america's
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biggest language something a review says it's taken it's. on the square roots of civil unrest thousands compounds in israel's public plazas demanding facts and if you get additional concerns it may or is the time here uprising the soul leaves its leader sticks. golden so a prices are on the rise as investors look for a safe haven due to outside of the over the u.s. debt resolution joining me for a full business goes on in twenty minutes time. a very warm welcome to see this is live from moscow with malice that poland's investigation into the presidential plane crash near smolensk last year says the tragedy was caused by its crew but it has also. russia.
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and. particularly. for us iraq say you were happy news conference what else to the investigation team. here is the main highlight of this prank a press conference of the commission which was investigating this tragic plane crash was that poland officially admitted that its crew the crew of the presidential plane was the one to blame for this tragic crash in the russian city of smolensk last year in april last year indeed this commission believes that the crew was very low qualified to operate the plane in such heavy weather conditions and the actions which took in those moments when the plane was trying to land in the fog. were crucial so that the plane crashed and everyone on board ninety six people we are all the country's political leaders quoting the presidential couple died now one of the members of the commission i believe that.
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said at a press conference that all the technical issues around this place could have been avoided if the crew listens to what the dispatch of the air traffic controllers told them. at this point there is an obstacle a tree that the aircraft collides with the fragment of the left wing is detached the aircraft begins the rotation and let me emphasize it's not that the tree was too high the aircraft had simply being at a location where it shouldn't have been. clearly there were some differences with this in this report compared to the report of the russian investigators of the interstate eighty eight commission which was published earlier this year in particular the post investigators looked at to shift some of the blame onto the russian air traffic controllers and on the fact that they believe that the airfield in smolensk was not completely ready for the arrival of the presidential plane now some experts believe that this is a clear attempt to shift some of the part of the blame onto someone else the
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accident was a simple one type of accident that followed a mistake of a type which has happened countless times before in aviation history this was such a human tragedy such a political show for the polish people that they they they've been they've been given the truth and the truth is on their report they can't take it and i don't think that the polish investigators think they can pin the blame on anybody else but i do think they are looking to pin some of the blame on somebody else. nevertheless this report is expected to put paid to all speculation in poland which has been taking place for the last year or so especially among the nationalist parties here that it was russia who instigated this plane crash indeed with
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admitting that it was the crew to blame all the speculation should now be should now be gone but we are waiting for some comments from the country's prime minister is expected to give a short press conference in a short while we are following all the details and we'll update you was with any information as we get it thanks very much for that i'd like to say r.t. that the reporting from. the details of the tragedy including the firsthand account from witnesses are all available on top com. now one of the big credit rating agencies is warning that it's reviewing spain's status among the main reasons is the pressure is under over the bailouts for greece. from madrid. it was just announced that it was a to downgrade spain's rating spain's bonds have already fallen by several percent and the euro has fallen as well now this of course is happening to the fourth largest economy in the eurozone and you would think it should be better off but
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spain has been plagued by some very serious economic problems there is of course the the very large outstanding debts as well as the arguer again shown on the phone and we're already used to hearing about this so-called big c. countries being an economic woes and that of course is for to go ireland greece spain and now italy is also looking at some major issues as far as their economy is concerned right now are also the the heavy drivers of the european economy the route of france and germany are also finding themselves in sort of hot water because just recently in the i.m.f. has said that france has somewhat been too optimistic about the evaluation of its prognosis and actually may not be as well off as their french authorities have a hope to. have hold the country to be the problem look these are things that have just happened suddenly i mean the french budget deficit has been in
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a deficit the french budget since nine hundred seventy four and this is typical of contagion we've been talking about it for weeks we have you know when you get some degree of illness salute goes through the body ultimately you have to decide when to reach it and the truth is we should have amputated greece from the euro. so that leaves germany and germany is already bearing the brunt of basically pulling the entire european economic structure out of this sinking hole that is that it's finding itself in recently this is all coming in right when the voices of this content or more of the eurozone criticsm on the euro skeptics are growing louder and louder and in fact very saying that the euro. zone critics are saying that while initially the euro zone was great it would hold. of pulling up the weaker economies quite the opposite is happening the weaker economies are going down and there are dragging down the stronger economies where them so this latest out workouts for moody's is actually very bad news for the eurozone and for the euro as
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well of the bailout affects not only the richest but on to the poorest of members of the eurozone economy has never been too strong but it risks being crushed under the weight of the current crisis referred to remember feeling to live up to its timeless. they say that charity starts at home also the vacuum made you want to the poorest countries but with pressure from the e.u. to participate in a second bailout their money could soon be going to greece. i'll tell you what joining the euro zone brought responsibilities but not benefits in fact slovakian pensions are significantly lower than days increase people here is hey michelle to tell us they barely cover their food costs with the money they receive you have to . do you almost. have to reform our. health care system and never enough money. that back in two thousand
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and nine when slovakia's during the year is a it was such high hopes it was also kind of prestige to be the first one among hungary and public policy. for the one from central europe to be you know in this group work that the you're using it seems isn't all it was cracked up simply as redrawing your of on there was. of one country. of just this wrong country in may two thousand there and the rules changed dramatically pays less than a city or a gang a well now be breathing a sigh of relief if a neighboring nonny here is saying countries have felt the benefits slave actual peers have been heading to bed check out in peace to escape the year a week i'm just across the border from the bank here to the czech republic where the superstore out there doing a building business more and more people make the regular journey to do their
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shopping because the prices here would be much cheaper if people are now shopping outside the country so vacuous retail revenues have fallen dramatically and the high prices mean the tourism industries have been hit hard certainly not the results hopeful when the. but every country has its leaders and what they say apparently case even if they're the ones he got you into trouble in the first place you see be creating these new years and all the countries in the euro zone are. generous the greek bonds are as good as german bonds so these. make it possible for greek the world so much money so they can maybe contributing this time they said many of days at first so eager to join the year a gang feeling then simply being pushed around. he said i can't. in the us the clock ticks towards tuesday but squabbling normally can still can't
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agree on how america's massive debt from forming off place and into default enough time angry americans because then washington's being dangerously irresponsible. people chef says that we can't see china as its reserve currency. we can't afford better relations with china cheap regime holds the cards you know we're dancing to the tune that they play the real problem for china is that there's no way that america can pay back the money that the chinese have already loaned us politically it's just not going to happen and especially when interest rates rise i'm surprised it's taken the chinese so long to figure out been throwing a lot of good money after bad i don't think we're going to the thought i think we're going to inflate which is just as bad but you know we're going to raise the debt ceiling but the problem is the debt not the ceiling just sooner the chinese start stop enabling this phony economy that we have the sooner we as americans
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should begin to repair the damage and what's going to happen is what a dollar collapses americans are going to see a big reduction in our standards of what it. what do you think on this issue how on vents will unfold log on dot com and you can see our online vote right now just over half of you are convinced that there's no choice america has to agree on raising the debt ceiling. at the said leave the political restoration rules and everyone else is economy into freefall and the remaining small seven percent of you say the time's running out of funds on american still step if you tell us what you think will happen head our to dot com poll on news and analysis and to vote on this issue. now the crowds of back on cairo's tahrir square five months after the al think of president mubarak of people there in what is one of the largest demonstrations since the february our pricing but kyrie based
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journalist and blogger aster machall says the religious restaurant up. there was. a was originally builder as. was a sign that rule islam is false as we come together she continued it was basically regret it writes began in the square was just going to. go here. is a huge number of muslim brotherhood members but it's these deadly demos just. there's been a bit of a split unity has it really. well there's a similar shervon rest in neighboring israel public squares and now as we of demonstrators camping out calling for social justice prime minister netanyahu to go i think a protest is planned for saturday what's discussed is now with getting from the. institute think tank in that many times of being with us here on our sleeves to christine now on your facebook page you say this the walls are shaking in the is
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quaking in israel is the situation really that serious. yes because what we're seeing here is the major crunch of the middle class on the one hand salaries of study natives and on the other hand the cost of living has risen dramatically so in areas that are essential for for life which means housing food transportation parenting or health care all these areas have risen and many more people here have a much harder time making ends meet which means living within the resources and another another phenomenon here is that we see people that used to be middle class that are much more vulnerable to any shock in their lives if they are sick if a member of families sick if they lose their job they may be. they may be dropped into into poverty so now you see protests in israel that are about health care
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housing food communications and so on and all these things coming together and the problem is that the government does not understand the severity of the crisis the government thinks that act as if it is a matter of money and it is throwing money at the problem but what people want are social basic social right so there is a mismatch in a confrontation between the language of the government which is the language of money the language of the people which is the language of rights and last week also the labor unions came in crying on the weakness of government wanting to grab power from the government so you are now you see this clash this gridlock between the protesters the government and the labor unions and. we're in a very sensitive situation i say every day costs of living really weighing on the minds of israelis that some experts said we've been talking to our similarities between the protests we're now seeing in israel and the revolution that we saw in
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egypt that israel has in its highly unique internal conflict with the palestinians could perhaps be also the roots of the process. well tori. question just that many people that we've been talking to you on this channel have been pointing out similarities between the unrest that we're seeing now in israel and the revolution in egypt that of course israel has its very unique internal dynamic going on the conflict with the palestinians could that conflict with the palestinians be at the root of these protests as well. i would say that what inspires people here is actually the social unrest in places like madrid and greece and other places i know that on the outside there are a lot of i heard these voices the think that the israelis were inspired by the square but in fact israelis are looking more to europe then to the arab world in
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terms of the right because fundamentally we do have a democratic system and no one here wants to change the electoral system not the fellas the new issue and there are of issue has not been brought to this to this debate in fact many people here are saying that for too many years we have focused we've been focusing our attention on the palestinian issue and the conflict of the relationship with our world neglecting social and economic development issues so in many ways you're seeing a call reaction in terms of the relative weight of issues in the public debate shifting back to social and economic issues which used to be central in the fifty's or sixty's and seventy's still saying that these demonstrations we're seeing in israel are more to do with economics and social divisions that we are seeing pictures of placards in the crowds saying things like this is a resolution is there a chance that we could see these protests turned violent like we saw in libya and
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syria could the government take a hard line on what's going on. first of all we have to understand what is at stake the revolution here is in the social and economic system israel in the fifty's or the sixty's and the seventy's was a country with a very strong sort of direction of socialism and big government from the late seventy's early eighty's especially since one thousand nine hundred five we've veered in the direction of capitalism market economy and so on private sphere decreasing eroding public services this system the social and economic system that is based on this market forces and capitalism this is the system of this being challenge and this is where the revolution the revolution is not against the democratic structure i don't see a sign a single sign in this revolution of people wanting to change the regime the government itself made total which means the identity of the prime minister may or
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may not change depending on how he handles this crisis but no one is changing and talking about changing the regime in the same way that happens in egypt and tunisia because at the end of the day it is a democracy and the middle class in israel is deeply deeply democratic they don't want anything else except the democracy they may want a different prime minister and the other thing that is very interesting is that there are more than eight are just one more centers there's more than eighty percent support for these protests the government has about fifty percent support in the public which means deep into the camp that supports the government the people that support these protests i think the national thing it's not a party thing i can see it against enough from the. well full coverage of all top stories is available assholes used to call him here's what else is online for you right now a huge applause at
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a coal mine in ukraine killed seventeen with nine miners still felt a tropical of us underground reports old bought online plots. it's like when you come home and discover somebody else is sitting in your bedroom he's been sent to provide you with security who's going to like that. target seven million russians they sort of voice tells us he has concerns they have the american missile defense program in europe it's too soon in spain is in full at all see. if. the. first. libyan rebels have declared three days of mourning after their military commander and two of his aides were killed abdul fatah yunus was gunned down hours after reportedly arrested him over his family suspected ties to colonel kentucky's regime
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leaders had been libya's foreign minister before he defected to the battles at the beginning of the revolution the national transitional council blames the killing on get out the supporters and claim to have or arrested the head of the group responsible for the consequences of the battle will depend on how deep the commanders and connections really roundabouts according to run a thought as advisor to america's antiterrorism caucus. the consequences of his killing could be either short ramification or vast mitigations if indeed he was only an individual or even a high ranking official who still relationship. with the gadhafi regime then his killing would be it would be the end of the. if it's the other case is he and others inside the council the interim council of the bin ghazi power have been in opposition to another force
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a militia force it could be other little opponents it could be the militia of the jihadist or another tribe if the case is the problem then the concern is more serious in the west that there could be more clashes in the future or more within the military camp at a time where the rebel seems to be on the offensive so we're going to wait and see the results of the investigations. command would want to be part of these investigations. more world news a brief this hour now and these are some live pictures that we're getting in from norway where memorial services are taking place in oslo marking a week since the massacre on poirier island and the bombing in the norwegian capital laurels that was taking place in the capital market exactly a week since the massacre. in the capital seventy six people died in the atrocity the man who's confessed to both the massacre calming is being questioned
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for a second time by police investigators think on his grave it acted alone saying there is no evidence he's part of a militant network. clashes have erupted in argentina as police try to get hundreds of scorsese from agricultural lands three people have been killed and dozens injured in the violence it's course of course courses of the homeless and unemployed people organized by groups that represent argentina's jobless. thank you are just business use of the way now with cutting. i don't welcome to our business update thanks for joining me in four days the us government will run out of money democrats and republicans are still arguing over how to cut the deficit and stalling on raising the debt ceiling the markets still believe washington will act in time to avert disaster but the nerves are getting to
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set. i think we're now getting to the stage where people are really talking to be concerned that a deal may not be done a lot of economists constructed from alice start to be quite vocal in their criticism of washington saying come on guys it's time to sort of house i think a lot of nervousness waiting for the last minute deal i think markets will give the poor be until monday or tuesday but i just think it could turn very quickly i think you could get a run in confidence very quickly. and let's take a look at the markets now precious metal prices are mixed this hour however they are still high as investors look for safe haven to concentrate over the u.s. debt resolution after republicans councils of vote on the deficit reduction plan turning to oil now a new report from europe's biggest oil company rolled out shell time of low cost or in gas as of an end he says finding new sources will be more complex and require more money and investments but for today at least the market is down at the
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problems in the us chip away at its properties light sweet is currently trading below ninety six dollars. ninety six dollars a barrel below ninety seven dollars a gallon brant is at one hundred and seventeen dollars probably thomas not looking too good in europe where moody's rating agency has put spain on review for possible downgrade disappointing u.s. growth data is also weighing on the markets banking stocks rallied in the fall of shares of dexie down over three percent of the lord's is also complained down we were all nobel operator vodafone blows three point seven percent approach u.s. joint venture rides and said it were a a dividend. and here in moscow the markets the raise there is these gains both the artist and isaacs the shooting over one point six percent in evening trading marketplace follow the global uncertainty over the u.s. debt resolution and let's take a look at some individual moves all the lies it's all ages among the main losers i mean we conclude that nafta is losing over four percent the banking stocks are also
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under pressure with the t.v. losing over two percent bucking the trend is power generated generator into rao that is nearly four percent. russia's biggest lenders pair bank is one step closer to acquiring talks bank international a supervisory board of the european company has approved the sale the banks reached agreement earlier the small but no details were provided. made to take over at around seven hundred million dollars were. planning to finalize it by the end by the year's end the acquisition is aimed at helping the russian company expand its activity in the east european market russian car giant after bars has turned a profit for its french shareholders rayno for the first time the carmaker managed to squeeze thirty seven million euros out of its affiliate in the first half of the year that compares with a fifty six million euro loss at the same time
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a year ago holding a group of four at a fifty six percent jump and that's half that off now there's going to be petrol in the pumps for all those loudest around energy this is a core explains why the government is doing so overtly repetition of the gasoline prices earlier this year. the growth of the food you can tell you there is no risk of a few a deficit in the country we're keeping the ninety percent duty on product exports and to you all to me we're also setting up a reserve system which was huge the reform industry we plan to reserve about ten million tons of fuel mostly going to diesel which will help to secure the smooth operation of transport and the market. that's it for now what look at what side i think are called slash business or. because.
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